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Re: AND THIS PROOF CONCLUSION IS TRUE?
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Jan 22, 2013 9:00 PM


On Jan 10, 5:34 pm, Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote: > > A SUBLIST OF REALS IN [BASE 4] > > > R1 0.0000... > > R2 0.3333... > > R3 0.3210... > > ... > > > DIAGONAL = 0.031... > > > DEFINE > > AD(d) = 2 IFF DIAGONAL(d) < 2 > > AD(d) = 1 IFF DIAGONAL(d) > 1 > > > AD=0.212... is MISSING FROM THE LIST > > > PROOF > > DIGIT 1 (2) IS DIFFERENT TO LIST[1,1] (0) > > DIGIT 2 (1) IS DIFFERENT TO LIST[2,2] (3) > > DIGIT 3 (2) IS DIFFERENT TO LIST[3,3] (1) > > AND SO ON > > > So AD is DIFFERENT to EVERY ROW > > since This Holds For Any Arbitrary List Of Reals > > there is a missing Real for any List Of Reals > > therefore Reals are UnCountable! > > > Herc
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